Biomechanics

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Computer programs for application in Sports science, Physical Culture, among others. By Enrique R.P. Buendiacute;a Lozada. buendiaenr@gmail.com , Benemeacute;rita Universidad Autoacute;noma de Puebla (BUAP), Meacute;xico. (Software without any warranty).

http://biomechanics.sourceforge.net

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